Original Paintings are painted in acrylics, mainly on canvas. Some are on board, paper or ABS (a plastic surface suitable to receive artistic paint). Sizes vary. The original paintings are in a collection numbering several hundred and are not for sale. Several of the artworks shown here are giclee Reproductions (see an explanation of Giclee printing below). Anyone having further interest in these paintings and reproductions is advised to; as was the case with Van Gogh, contact Johanna at email@example.com
Giclee printing is a fine art reproduction process utilizing a highly refined print machine (Giclee is French for “nozzle”) and superior dyes based on a palate favored by the masters. The process guarantees archival durability for a minimum of 80 years. The process begins with a professional digital image, which is in many ways the very heart of the matter. Reproduction can be on artist canvas or on fine watercolor papers. A Giclee canvas print can be put on stretchers and framed in the same way as the original artwork is framed. Reproductions on paper are more commonly framed under glass.